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Creating and Editing Graphics with Adobe XD

Graphics and Adobe XD

In Adobe XD, you’ll create and work with vector graphics (sometimes called vector shapes or vector elements). Vector graphics are made up of lines and curves defined by mathematical objects called vectors and can be created in Adobe XD or a program like Adobe Illustrator.

In Lesson 3, “Adding Images, Graphics, and Text” you learned about the different types of images you can import into Adobe XD and how to work with them, including bringing in vector artwork from Illustrator. Using a variety of methods and tools in Adobe XD, you can freely move or modify shapes or paths you import or create. These can be in the form of icons, buttons, and other design elements.

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